Here Are The People And Things You Searched For The Most In 2015

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12.16.15
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Estimates vary on how much of the Internet is made up of porn, but let’s assume it’s somewhere between a lot and A LOT. That doesn’t leave much room for #content that doesn’t begin with XXX and ends with a satisfied moan, but it’s like Jeff Goldblum said: Life and things that aren’t porn find a way.

Speaking of: Jurassic World, which earned all the money (at least until Star Wars: The Force Awakens takes it), was one of 2015’s “Top Trending General Searches,” according to Google. The Chris Pratt-starring film finished second, behind Lamar Odom and ahead of American Sniper, Caitlyn Jenner, and Ronda Rousey. The rest of the top 10: Paris, Agario, Chris Kyle, Fallout 4, and Straight Outta Compton. Not a Kardashian or Bieber in sight (sort of).

Elsewhere, the Top Trending Person was Lamar Odom; the Top Trending Actor and Actress were Charlie Sheen (followed by Bill Cosby, yeesh) and Orange Is the New Black‘s Ruby Rose, and never the twain shall meet; and the Top Trending Meme and GIF: Pepe the Frog and Shia LaBeouf’s “Just Do It.”

Here are some more notable results.

Top Trending Movies

Jurassic World
American Sniper
Straight Outta Compton
Fifty Shades of Gray
Furious 7
Pitch Perfect 2
Inside Out
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Minions
Mad Max

Top Trending Music Artists

Adele
Sia
Fetty Wap
Eazy-E
Sam Smith
N.W.A.
Chris Stapleton
Beck
Lenny Kravitz
Meghan Trainor

Top Trending TV Shows

Better Call Saul
Jessica Jones
Fear the Walking Dead
Empire
American Horror Story: Hotel
Game of Thrones
Daredevil
Scream Queens
Quantico
Lip Sync Battle

There’s little surprising about the most-searched for movies — they’re the year’s most popular titles (damn Minions), except where’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens? The top trending shows, meanwhile, are unexpected. Better Call Saul is great television, but its ratings and Twitter presence are minuscule compared to Empire,  Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead, which didn’t even make the cut. Expect David Simon’s porn series for HBO to be number one next year.

(Via EW)

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